Join the Maryland Chapter of CFMA for a Legislative Updates Webinar with Bowie & Jensen and Lobbyist from Tabuteau on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT. This webinar will highlight important legislative and executive updates that will directly impact the construction industry. The presenters, including Bowie & Jensen’s own Matt Hjortsberg and J. Nicole Windsor, will cover how to navigate Maryland’s recent executive orders and comply with new laws passed during the 2021 Maryland legislative session. Click here to register for the event today.
Matt Hjortsberg has extensive experience handling construction and business disputes. Recognized by the Maryland State Bar Foundation for outstanding dedication and contribution to the legal profession, he regularly represents clients in arbitration, mediation, and litigation proceedings in state and federal courts.
His work in the area of commercial construction law focuses on representing contractors, subcontractors, and owners in complex disputes, including construction delay, impact, and defect claims. Matt also assists in resolving significant payment and mechanic’s lien disputes. He has handled claims arising from a wide variety of construction projects, including energy infrastructure, manufacturing facilities, and federal, state and local government projects.
Nicole Windsor’s practice includes all aspects of employment law, including compliance as well as litigation. Her compliance work includes helping clients to identify and prioritize steps to adhere to state and federal laws, including the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other “fair labor” statutes. Nicole also has significant experience designing and implementing compliance programs, and provides ongoing counsel to employers on a wide range of matters, including employment agreements, employee handbooks, wage and hour matters, performance management, sexual harassment, and termination and severance.
In addition to her compliance and counseling work, Nicole has considerable experience resolving employment disputes. She represents employers in a variety of administrative proceedings, including before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Maryland Civil Rights Commission and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. Nicole collaborates with firm colleagues on employment litigation matters, including claims related to the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Act, discrimination, retaliation, and restrictive covenants.